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Clive Owen: dark horse

Clive Owen has gone from quiet croupier to action star, but says he's not preparing to take on the role of a certain suave, British secret agent.

Nathaniel Geary on video transfer of On The Corner

Canadian director Nathaniel Geary on digital film conversion for verite drama On The Corner.

Veteran Garner's Old Style Romance

James Garner seems fitting choice for weepy romance told in flashback.

Michael Moore fires up Fahrenheit 9/11

Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 is devastating in its attack on the Bush administration and cries out for a response from the American people on 2nd November.

Steve Coogan on Around the World in Eighty Days

Steve Coogan’s latest role as side-kick to Jackie Chan in Around the World in 80 Days, marks a long journey from his stand-up days at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Spinning The Spidey Franchise

Spider-Man director Sam Raimi hopes to catch people in his web by continuing to focus on story not just cool special effects.

Being In The Right Place - interview

Sixty million dollars and 400 hours of videotape later two female filmmakers return with a compelling story of dot com burn-out.

The Future of Access

As the cost of making a film drops what future do film and video access centres have?

The Chronicles of Vin Diesel

Fantasy epic The Chronicles of Riddick is the culmination of a long-term ambition says confessed Dungeons and Dragons fan Vin Diesel.

Adobe Video Collection 2.5 review - iofilm Making It

Adobe Video Collection 2.5 comes at a price, but has plenty to whet the appetite of serious film and videomakers